Wendy Wilson, President
Wendy Wilson has over 25 years of experience in corporate and small business accounting and finance. A native of Boulder, Colorado, she moved to Bozeman in 2003 to be closer to family. She currently operates her own small business, servicing multiple clients throughout the Gallatin Valley. Wendy is also a licensed Realtor® specializing in land and rural properties as a buyer representative. She served for four years on the Gallatin Association of Realtors Board of Directors – including roles as treasurer, president-elect, and president. Wendy also served for two years on the Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter Board of Directors. She and her black lab, Selah, are a therapy team through the Intermountain Therapy Animals program, and she also volunteers with the Eagle Mount equine program. Wendy enjoys cooking, reading, spending time outside, and has recently developed a passion for fly fishing.
Sharon Navas, Secretary
Sharon hails from Nebraska, where she earned her MS in Education from the University of Nebraska many years ago before raising two children. Having been in education administration and special education for over thirty years, Sharon and her husband were ready for a new adventure and came to Bozeman after enjoying several summer vacations here. Sharon recently accepted the principal position at the new Meadowlark Elementary School, and has a passion for helping children and their families. She likes spending time with friends, cooking, gardening and reading. She really enjoys telling funny stories about her many experiences with children.
Stephanie Mundt, Treasurer
Stephanie Mundt joined the Haven Board in January 2012. Stephanie graduated with a degree in finance and small business management from MSU in 2010. She currently owns and operates two businesses, and in her free time likes to enjoy the outdoors with her animals.
Deborah recently was the owner of a vacation rental property management company, My Montana Vacation Rentals, Inc. Previously she was employed for 13 years by Sprint Telecommunications, as a Senior Director of Market Research. Deborah and her family moved to Bozeman 13 years ago from the Midwest. When working and living in Kansas City, she was the President of the Rose Brooks Center Board, a domestic violence shelter that served 5 counties. Since leaving Kansas, she has become an active member of various civic organizations. She was on the state board of Montana Wilderness Association, Secretary of the Livingston Chamber of Commerce, member of the Gallatin County Planning Board, member of Friends of KGLT and member of the Gallatin County Planning Committee. When not listening to new music as a volunteer DJ on KGLT, Deborah likes to go to Bikram Yoga, read, and cook local foods.
Chief Ron Price
Ron Price is the Chief of the Bozeman Police Department. Ron and his wife, Lisa, moved to Bozeman in 2010 after a 33-year law enforcement career in Kent, Washington. Ron holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Central Washington University with a focus on Social Sciences. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, Northwest Command College and the Senior Management Institute of Policing. Ron is committed to helping provide services and education to impact domestic violence issues. He previously served on the board of directors of the Domestic Abuse Women’s Network in Washington and he is proud to continue that work with HAVEN. Away from work, Ron and his wife, Lisa are active in biking, hiking and anything else that happens outdoors.
Carrie Wasserburger joined the HAVEN Board in November 2011 and enjoys working with the community in hopes of preventing and raising awareness about domestic violence. Carrie moved to Bozeman in the summer of 2010 with her husband, Max, and Golden Retriever, Woody. Prior to moving to this beautiful state, she lived in Omaha, Nebraska, where she earned her Juris Doctorate and Bachelor of Arts degree from Creighton University. Carrie works as an associate attorney at Wittich Law Firm and spends her free time outdoors.